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and now my favorite old okay is there a woman i can talk to? [ male announcer ] progresso. 40 soups 100 calories or less. captions paid for by nbc-universal television hey, everybody. great to have you with us today for blues day tuesday. january 31st, very hard to believe. we're already one-twelfth of the way into the new year. >> indeed we are. >> hi. >> hi. >> look at you back in the saddle. >> which means i am approaching 60 -- i know. somebody said that after i was in arizona recently.
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they were trying to be nice on the news out there, basically. >> what did they say? >> for somebody approaching 60 -- and it hit me, crap, i am approaching 60. >> you're not. >> i am. i'm going to be 59 this august. >> yeah, you are. >> i know. the verb. approaching. and you can't slow down the approach. >> no. >> it's one day at a time, baby. >> a friend of mine always says this. everybody's in line and you're marching. that's life. some try to get to the back of the line but it doesn't matter because we're all headed in the same direction. >> if you're lucky, you'll get to approach 100. >> how was your time in florida? >> very weird. frank and i realized when we got to our place in the keys that we don't go anywhere together very often, just the two of us, even without snoosh. the weather was gorgeous. >> just the two of you. >> our friends came down from miami one night and we have other great friends down there we see.
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of course we had to go to alabama jack's. >> alabama jack's. what happened there? >> i don't know, as i'm approaching 60, i just appreciate these things more. it is so much fun. now, there i am in the back with -- frank and i in the background. >> i see you. >> with your hat on. >> with the hat on. i think we have a little audio -- video. >> do we? >> we were clogging. >> are you singing? >> yep. >> of course you are. ♪ >> listen to how respectful that audience is of me. they can't get enough. >> were you singing "crazy?" ♪ crazy for being yeah. you know who i enjoyed very much yesterday? >> who? >> i loved jordin sparks. i was on the treadmill watching you guys and i just thought you were so cute together. >> by the way, she can sing. that girl. >> can she. >> what a voice.
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>> and what a sweet girl. >> yeah. she's the real deal. >> had a lovely time. i read a book that a friend of mine -- it's always a little funny when somebody goes, would you read my book? >> yeah. >> you know because it's like going to one of my friend's shows on broadway. what do you say if you don't like the show? >> so you read it. >> i'm happy to announce katherine kay has a book coming out called "the gilder." about the process of gilding in florence, italy. it's her debut novel. i guess it been coming out -- i loved it. >> you did? >> i did. i was happy and proud for her. my friend ed dickson, been in any show i've ever been in, can't do a show without him, he sent me a 400-page -- you know, in galley form of a book called "life on the stage and off." i'm going -- >> like his life story, memoirs? >> yeah i adore him. well, i could not put the thing down. >> you're kidding. >> what a life. i was happy to say both my friends have written terrific books.
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>> i'm a little curious about the love affair you have going with tina fey. >> oh. no. >> there's a little bit of a love affair that's happening. i'm noticing. >> i don't know. >> first of all at the s.a.g. awards she had -- she spoke of you. lovingly. >> well -- >> lovingly. >> debatable. >> and then on the page of the bell magazine, there she goes again. >> really. i guess what happened is pregnant for the second time and i guess she had -- finally she had time during the day to watch our show and i guess she was entertained by us. >> i hope so. we have a tina fey clip. one more time. >> trying to avoid it. >> i believe it was the distin wished hern who gave this advise to actors. know thyself. knowledge is important to an artist in endless ways. >> i believe it was the "today" show's fourth-hour co-host kathie lee gifford who said if
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drag queens love you, you'll have the longest career in the world. they know phony, and they know real. >> okay. >> you have to laugh. i don't know. well, you know, pretty darn good director. >> juxtaposing. >> got a good little laugh. absolutely fine. >> so we never get tired of seeing these pieces of videotape. this is when a little 6-year-old girl was in her classroom and her father has been overseas in afghanistan and iraq. she's in utah and she's going about her business talking about her favorite things in her classroom. and she gets a big surprise when her dad walks in the door. take a look. >> who's this, bailey? >> that's daddy. >> do you love your daddy? guess what, bailey? turn around! >> dad! how did you make it? how did you make it? how did you ever make it, dad?
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>> how did you ever make it? is that what she's saying? >> dwra. >> happy birthday. >> rubbing his bald head. >> this is my birthday present. i miss you. >> sweet. >> i could watch that again and again. >> very, very sweet. you know what a lot of people want to watch over and over again? >> yes. >> for me, it's like who cares but apparently everybody is all excited about ferris bueller is back. >> there's a big super bowl ad. they don't wait till the super bowl to unveil the ads. they're unveiling them early. they released the whole thing on youtube. if you're a ferris bueller fan, you'll love it. >> how can i handle work on a day like today? one of the worst performances of my career and never doubted it for a second. hi. can i get my crv brought up, please? i've got a lot to do today. >> rodrick.
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rodrick. >> you have excellent taste in automobiles. ♪ life is packed with things you have to do. sometimes you've got to live a little. calm yourself, woman. >> why is this creating such an uproar? is it just me? it's apparently just me. personally, if you're going to do it, let's see ben stein. >> we do need to see ben stein somewhere. he should have popped up but didn't. >> i can't do everything for everybody. >> i love the people -- >> i love matthew broderick. probably a lovely guy, too, that guy, but i don't get it. >> one of those things. >> it's viral. >> it is viral and crazy. we'll watch it again and again. >> well, so is herpes, but it's not a great thing. >> kate white of "cosmo" magazine is passing out. all right. here's a question.
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what would you miss for the super bowl? there's this website called coupon cabin dotcom. 15% of men said they would miss the birth of their child to go to the super bowl. >> they should be stopped from breathing in the first place. a little snippy. >> also on the list, many said they would miss the wedding of a close friend or relative or loved one to go -- or funeral, for that matter, to go to the super bowl. >> yeah. yeah. here's the misuse of the word -- close friend. yes. >> that's not a close friend. most say they would give up a vacation. and many say they would not go to work. >> you know what, it all is affected by if you are a wild, wild fan of a team that's playing in the super bowl. >> yes. >> i forgot who played last year, and i remember we had our usual super bowl bash, but i didn't watch -- i watched the "star-spangled banner" and then i sat in the other room with a friend and we gabbed the whole time. >> i want to apologize to patriots fans for yesterday. >> you need to. >> i feel terrible. we were upstairs doing a cooking
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segment and all the different helmets were out, not all, the patriots and giants. >> doesn't matter at this point. >> jordin sparks and i removed all the patriots helmets from the -- >> incredibly rude. >> i apologize. >> don't you think there are people in that area that love their patriots? >> yes. >> what were you thinking? >> i was worried about jordin. and she likes the giants. >> her dad used to play for them. i understand you. you're -- you know, your behavior was poor. >> here's the deal. over here on the corner you're going to see joy bauer jumping rope. this is another form of joy begging you to go on the website and record the pounds you've lost because we're trying to get to 25,000 pounds. >> that is by tonight. >> we're still 22 -- no. 22,000. >> we need, like, about 3,000 more. >> i'm begging! >> she's begging! here's the deal. if we hit it, and i know we can,
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joy will jump rope through the entire show coming up. >> may i make a suggestion? >> what? >> because she is tiniest. she would melt if she did that. let's get some of our crew to join her. >> we should do that. >> and they know who they are. >> i'm begging. >> joy is begging. please go on our website and record your pounds lost for joy. let's reach it today. >> the first of the month starting tomorrow and that means the first thursday of every month we do our "everyone" story. >> another great singer. >> shall remain nameless. me. >> this young lady is named caitlin from fairview, pennsylvania, and she wrote a beautiful letter. basically when she was in seventh grade she hit her head on a garage door, playing hide-and-seek, i believe, if i remember, and just hit her head so badly that she developed epilepsy from it. so she suffered what doctors call absence -- her brain would
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be unresponsive for eight hours at a time. she's battled that ever since the seventh grade. you cannot believe what she's accomplished. she's graduated from college and works for the epilepsy foundation. her life mission is to spread the word about the stigmas attached to epilepsy. she's on the phone i hope right now. are you there? >> caller: yes, hi. >> hey, how are you? >> caller: great. how are you? >> good. david and i and our producers were touched by your letter. an incredible story, and we have the amazing greg edelman is going to be here on thursday to sing your song. four-time tony nominee. >> caller: oh, my gosh. wonderful. >> pack your bags, girl. >> who's coming with you? looks like girls' night out. >> caller: my mom is coming with me. yeah. >> we'll see you then, thank you. >> caller: see you then. >> we have these on our desk. look at these. >> one of our favorite people in the world, the cupcake lady. look at those. >> they're edible.
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>> look at the little fence. and the shoes are unbelievable. >> she's going to do the whole deal. >> she's a superstar to me, this woman. >> she's the best. real quick, come down to the plaza tomorrow. we're going to pick out our ambush makeover lucky lady. here's the deal, though. there has to be a heart health connection. if you have a story, come down to the plaza. you might get picked. wear red and bring a sign so we know who you are. >> okay. and miss sara? >> we're actually having another contest. whenever you hear people get married you want to talk to them about their story. if you think that your engagement story is the cutest and most romantic story ever, you have to go to our website for a chance to win four nights at montage laguna beach, roundtrip air fare for two, two spa treatments and dinner for two at studio restaurant. the contest ends thursday, february 2nd. all accommodations are provided by montage laguna beach.
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>> all right. coming up -- >> she gives me confidence. we'll tell you how to build yours.
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have you ever wondered why getting that raise or asking out that cute guy seems to come so easily to some women? well, how would you like to be that woman? >> here with a few tricks on how to boost your confidence and get what you want are kate white, editor in chief of "cosmopolitan" and psychiatrist dr. janet taylor. love having you here. confidence seems much easier to men when you look at it in broad strokes. >> in their dna. they have an extra chromosome for that. >> guys tend to think of things as a stretch where we tend to some things as i'm in over my head. they see themselves a certain way, but i think we can learn from that. >> and women are concerned about how are going to feel so we're
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putting people first instead of understanding that it's not arrogant, it's confidence that says i can do that and let me tell you why. >> women multitask all the time. they know they're up for the job. where does that come from other than what people are going to think? do we think we're not valuable enough? >> i mean it probably goes back, you know, in fourth grade, teachers -- little girls stop raising their hands so often. i think you get used to not being called on. that's what we need to do in terms of this confidence is just step up and say look at me and understand it's okay to say that. >> go to an all-girls school. >> right. >> it's about feeling confident inside. do you either have that or you don't have that or can you get it? >> can it be learned? >> certainly we know women who seem to be born that way, but there are tricks for boosting yourself up and realizing that it's not necessarily anything bad that's going to happen if you go for it. and a lot bad is going to happen if you don't. >> right. >> it's important to just do the cost-benefit analysis. if i go in and ask for the raise, what's the worst that can happen? he's probably not going to fire you. and the worst that may happen is him saying i hear you but i
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think you're not quite ready yet. then at least you have the tools to say, okay, what do i need to do here. >> what's the right way to go in and ask for a raise? i think people don't know. they know it's a bad economy so they go in saying i know it's not a great time, yada-yada-yada. >> do your homework. also have a mantra, i deserve it, i deserve it. but the main thing is to say i have to seize every opportunity. whether you're a woman or a man, say it's up to me. >> and make sure you do deserve it. sometimes you go in with an attitude of entitlement and you haven't done the work. >> or neediness. think of your boss and what he's looking for right now. what can you do for him. >> i'd love to come back another time with you and ask you the times that you hired somebody at "cosmopolitan" because of what they did to get your attention. >> there are definite things. >> i think it's important not to come from the point of being a negative. if you were in a position you
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probably did deserve it, it's a matter of realizing strengths and values. sometimes you need to talk to people like kate and say help me with what i need to do. >> good idea. ladies, thank you. >> nice seeing you. if you've never been to punxsutawney, pennsylvania, sara will take us there. right after this. [ male announcer ] tom's discovering that living healthy can be fun. see? he's taking his vitamins. one a day vitacraves plus omega-3 dha is a complete multivitamin for adults. plus an excellent source of omega-3 dha
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♪ taking it to the streets time for "sara in the city." hard to believe but february arrives tomorrow. >> thursday is the 2nd of february, also known as groundhog day. here to report on the legend of punxsutawney phil is our own sara. >> say that five times fast. for 126 years, the world has relied on a robust rodent to predict the forecast. you know the story. if he sees his shadow, he gets scared and retreats for six more weeks of winter. if he doesn't, spring is around the corner. >> please, lord. ♪ >> a cold february morning.
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♪ >> that famous alarm clock. and quite possibly the world's most infectious song. ♪ i got you babe there's no mistaking it's groundhog day. the movie, that is. >> what day is it? >> it's february 2nd. >> this 1993 romantic comedy starring bill murray and andie macdowell put punxsutawney, pennsylvania, on the map. where? that's right. punxsutawney. it's a town of roughly 6,000 residents and one celebrity rodent. and with groundhog day approaching, i decided to head out there to meet the world's most famous ground hog and see if i could make a little prediction of my own. first stop, meeting with the inner circle. you guys are part of the inner circle. what is that? >> we're the board of directors of the punxsutawney ground hog club. we are assigned to, number one,
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take care of phil, and number two, put on groundhog day. >> how did it come about that a ground hog decides when winter or spring starts? why is it not a chihuahua? [ barking ] >> the legend of groundhog day is rooted in german folklore and actually catholic folklore. they used hedge hogs to make the prediction. when they came to the united states, they found hedge hogs in short supply but ground hogs were plentiful. we think it was a convenient excuse to have a party in the middle of winter. >> i mean, for the fourth hour of the "today" show we don't need an excuse. it's just called showing up for work. sometimes our work feels a little like groundhog day. >> we're so happy you're with us. it's blues day tuesday. booze day tuesday. booze day tuesday. >> booze day tuesday, everybody. >> i decided i needed to accessorize a little bit because when in rome, or punxsutawney.
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just how famous is punxsutawney phil? i asked around. do you know who kathie lee gifford is? do you know who hoda kotb is? >> no. >> so you don't know kathie lee or hoda but you know punxsutawney phil? >> yeah. >> and before i left, one last order of business. rehearsal. i understand that there has yet to be a woman in the inner circle, although they're welcome. but i would love it if you could show me what it would be like to be a part of your inner circle today. >> just wear the top hat. >> no. i've got more. i am coming dressed. so i guess the big question is, come groundhog day, will phil see his shadow? >> love it with the uggs. >> that's a fashion statement. i didn't know all that stuff. >> i didn't either. a very educational segment for me.
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>> looked good in your little tux and tails. >> i felt it was like a modern-day prom. >> usually i care what happens to punxsutawney phil, but you know what, it's been such a mild winter. >> you're right. >> still to come, clothes built for comfort look sexy. >> and jump for joy! she's jumping rope. she stopped? what happened?
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back on this booze day tuesday with "today's style," how to look not like a couch potato. >> not exactly. if you think you need to compromise comfort for sexy, think again. jill martin has some looks that achieve both. hey, girl. >> hi. >> good morning. thank you. i'm modeling. this is dl collection. feel my skirt. >> i know. it's like leather -- >> isn't this great? this is just one way. i paired it with a white t-shirt to go out at night while still feeling comfortable. >> you and your white t-shirts. >> i know.
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let's move on to workout wear, which we all to work out. you can't always find comfort and style. that's when this company came about. what i suggest is if you have great legs and want to highlight them, wear a pattern or something on your legs and a solid on the top. >> hoda. >> so this is a great combination of style and comfort. >> like a knockout body, can you wear that on top too? >> a knockout body? yeah. if you have a knockout body, wear patterns. this is a great combination and very comfortable. >> and affordable? >> yeah. starting under $100. most everything here except for two splurges under $100. >> okay. >> now we're on to lululemon. >> love it. >> i know. what else do i have to say? >> so comfortable. >> so this is great. starting under $100. and you can just wear this. a lot of us go from day to night from the gym out shopping all day. you can just wear this all day long. >> you really should shower after. >> yeah.
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i don't know. sometimes you're not allowed. you have to go straight to work. these are great. they have all different combinations and the pants again are great. just wear around. we're all big fans if you could afford and splurge a little bit. >> okay. >> market, $34 and up. feel this. just to bum around in. >> oh, my god. that's heaven. >> and a dress just to throw on. and it doesn't wrinkle. this is great to bum around in. you know how i love white. just other fun nighties and tank tops. >> you can't exercise in that, baby. >> not what i'm used to. you know what i mean? >> from the gym to the bedroom, let's start with these. this is -- oh. >> i didn't -- i'm sorry. i didn't mean for it to fall. >> sorry.
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>> r-rated. so this is mary green down here. you can wear it in the house and also these cammis can be worn under a blazer. they're two for one. this is great if you have -- >> comfortable. >> so $44. you can wear outside and so big you can wear it as a sarong. feel these. $44. >> tactile feel. >> and this is great to bum around in a bathing suit or going outdoors. you can wrap it around your neck. i love this. >> they give back so much. >> when you buy a pair they give a pair. i just that. and feel how comfortable they are. >> they done look it but -- oh, they are. >> what would you wear these with? >> with jeans. >> even a cute little dress. i wear more of these. i think these are more useful. clogs, just another great option. >> you're approaching 30. >> i was called a cougar on the air the other day. 35. yeah. anyway, now these are swag steps. these are really fun and you put
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your initials. h.k. on the front. >> for all you narcissists out there. perfect. >> a great gift. comfortable with jeans and a t-shirt. i'm going on to my splurge items. these are the nike air shoes. >> i love these. >> these are all the new styles. these are great. i mean, they start just under $200, but if you need a great pair of pumps -- >> and comfort is the whole thing there. >> right. and uggs australia. move them into your night outfit. new clogs but same comfort. >> would love those. >> okay. so a great schlep bag if you're running around and have everything in it. great ballet flats. also great as a gift. and then i just love this. kate spade. great way to stay warm in comfort. >> oh, you're kidding. cute! >> and then i need a vacation, which i do. and over here -- you have high five. >> this is cute. >> over here. and then they have headphones that plug into your ipod or
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iphone. >> jill, thank you so much. >> here's the question. did we reach our goal? joy is jumping up and down. got to lose 25,000 pounds. you go next if you had a hoveround power chair? the statue of liberty? the grand canyon? it's all possible with a hoveround. tom: hi i'm tom kruse, inventor and founder of hoveround. when we say you're free to see the world, we mean it. call today and get a free hoveround information kit that includes a video and full color brochure. dennis celorie: "it's by far the best chair i've ever owned." terri: "last year, 9 out of 10 people got their hoveround for little or no money." jim plunkitt: "no cost. absolutely no cost to me." breaking news...when you call today, we'll include a free hoveround collapsible grabber with the purchase of your power chair. it reaches, it grabs, it's collapsible and it's portable. it goes wherever you go. get it free while supplies last. call the number on your screen to get your free video, brochure
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joy's 25,000-pound weight-loss challenge, and final weigh-in in the last 30 days you've embraced joy's tips and lost almost seven cars, automobiles, worth of weight. >> ew. today we focus on how to maintain the weight loss, but first a prize for breaking the cams, joy is here to announce the new total, which is? >> about -- >> here we go. >> keeps changing. >> we are right now at 23,000 pounds. 2,000 pounds away. i'm so optimistic that we're going to hit it, but i also want to say even if we don't hit it, which we will -- >> we will. >> we've won, because -- >> originally it was 10,000
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pounds. >> in ten days. >> i know. we don't want to be greedy. >> and really everybody has rallied together and committed themselves to making health a priority. so i'm so proud of them. thank you from me to you. >> yeah. now let's stay on it. >> to thank everybody, we are creating a really fun, exciting contest. for people that have submitted their pounds -- please submit your pounds -- you know, you're now entitled to submit an essay about what this challenge means to you. how has it transformed you both physically and spiritually and emotionally. why this time is it going to stick for good? the prize package is unbelievable. >> let's hear it. >> two people are going to win. we're going to fly them into new york. they're going to be live on the show. >> they are? >> with the most amazing hosts ever. >> they may not want that part. >> they'll have a one-on-one personal session with me over fancy-schmancy lunch in manhattan, and from head to
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though they'll get an ambush makeover from jill martin and louis licari. >> la, la, la, la. >> awesome. >> very cool. >> you have to remind people about tips, too, sometimes when you slip up on a diet or something you think it's game over. remind people it's not the end game. >> one of the keys to maintaining the loss or keep the momentum going is to forgive your slip-ups. nobody gains weight from a chocolate chip cookie or a slice of pizza or one decadent pasta meal. you get into trouble when you let one thing turn into a whole-hog binge. so shake it off and get right back on your plan the next meal or the next day. that's the key to successful maintenance. >> eating out is sometimes a problem because sometimes you're so good, then you go out with friends or on a date or whatever and you end up eating a lot. >> even if you are good, you say i'm going to have salmon and spinach, please, it's what other people order for the table. they order the calamari. >> yes.
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>> i can't say no to the calamari. >> very difficult. and the portions are gigantic. >> you can't just have one bite. >> when it comes to eating out, limit your excursions to no more than three dining excursions per week. >> that's a lot. >> you have control what goes into your food and comes out of your food. >> you said walking is important. every day you should get going, get moving. >> i feel like i'm becoming a bore with this. >> a little. >> walking accomplishes two things. first, it burns calories when you're doing it, but it also boosts your mood and your energy, so it puts you in that can-do mind-set so that you don't want to mucky it up with bad food choices. it keeps you on the straight and narrow with the food. >> one day at a time. today i'm going to take the steps wherever i am. don't make it for the rest of my life. today i can do it. >> and ultimately 30 minutes a day. >> should you weigh yourself daily, weekly? how often? >> i think that's a personal decision and you have to know what your personality is. but i do think the scale is very
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important because it keeps you accountable. you don't want to make yourself nuts. when you do weigh yourself, at least once a week, you at least can see if a couple pounds start to creep up and you can rein it back in before it gets out of control. we can do this! >> wear the same pair of jeans every day. they never lie to you. scales do but your jeans don't. >> sometimes the shower, the dryer can tighten them up a little bit but you're exactly right. >> why do you have to argue with me? >> i love you. >> put your essays in, you guys, at joy wants to hear your stories. >> big prize. >> up next, guess who's here? >> bobbie! good morning. i'm meteorologist chris warren with your forecast. looking across the country, we have a chance for rain. anywhere you see the green, the white indicates a chance for rain, snow more likely, the
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mountain snow, from boston all the way down to the gulf coast, where there's going to be that best chance for some of the rain, possibly storms. the big story remains the mild temperatures, the yellow and the orange, 60s and 70s. now, 40s you would generally think of being cool, but you would think of it being cool in the late spring or summertime. this is very mild for you once again, from minneapolis to chicago. on thursday, chance for snow in the inner mountain west, watching this develop into potentially a big storm, pushing into the plains. around the gulf coast, a chance for storms and a few showers in the mid-atlantic. mild temperature readings throughout the plains, all the way over to the east coast. new york, 48. much milder around atlanta, even though there could be some around, around 70 degrees on your thursday. then you see that cold air on thursday and watch this, this is where things can get interesting.
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an area of low pressure wrapping up here could bring a fair amount of snow in denver. it could be several inches. so keep it tuned into the weather channel. by saturday, chance for snow into the plains, much cooler in denver, rain and showers and a few storms in parts of the southeast into the mid-atlantic. on sunday, we'll see that testimony move into the great lakes. to the north, a chance for snow. to the south a chance for some rain. by monday, we're going to see temperatures cool off a bit in the northern locations, but still that chance for snow in the great lakes. remember "wake up with al" weekdays on the weather channel. [ male announcer ] when do you take 5-hour energy? when i'm on the night shift. when they have more energy than i do. when i don't feel like working out. when there isn't enough of me to go around. ♪ when i have school.
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and work. every morning. it's faster and easier than coffee. every afternoon when that 2:30 feeling hits. -every day. -every day. every day is a 5-hour energy day. [ male announcer ] 5-hour energy. every day. see? he's taking his vitamins. one a day vitacraves plus omega-3 dha is a complete multivitamin for adults. plus an excellent source of omega-3 dha in a great tasting gummy. one a day, gummies for grown-ups.
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on "tuesday's trend," we often get stuck with the same old makeup and colors. >> today we' learn how to make our puffers pop.
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bobbie thomas is here to show us. >> we love our bobbie. hi. >> hi. this spring it is all about bright colors i know kathie already walked over and -- >> i'm going bobbie is drop dead gorgeous. >> it's just about adjusting other things to make it work and not spending time figuring that out. on the runway we saw colors. jason wu had a beautiful runway. they used a scarlet red lip color with neon orange powder on top. we have photos of the runway. and then you'll see that that lip looks really powerful. it's a very -- >> she's 12 years old. >> i know. i can't help that. >> but it's the one thing that pops. >> fresh eyes, no heavy, smoky eye. we have a picture of a purple that was on another runway. two colors of purpose toll make it look like the mouth was open when it was closed. >> ew. vampire diaries.
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>> last but not least, a powder pink, very valley of the dolls. >> oh. >> okay. >> okay. >> cringing. tangerine, one of the hottest colors of the year. >> i love tangerine. great color. >> bobby brown has a new neon collection. i love it. and tom ford is the splurge. he has some great signature colors. >> we're seeing you in this? is this your before and after? >> before and after me, where i usually like kathie like a new lip and you'll see me trying the tangerine color, and you can -- >> show it. >> so it's a little bit more orange than tangerine. you can decide on facebook whether you like it or not. >> where do we vote? >> on bobbie's it's beautiful. >> you're starting to get on our nerves. what's next? >> i thought this would be perfect for you, hoda, because anyone who likes a brown-based lip color would look really pretty in a purple. >> let's do the before and after
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for hoda. >> see, not a lot of difference. >> i like the purple because for spring it's brighter. what i did, i made them more pink. if you don't switch the other makeup you wear you're going to have a hard time. >> really pretty. >> this is a great opacity. they're all online. >> i think you can wear this powder pink trend. it's a little retro. it's a little flirty. i think you would be adorable in it. here is the more glammy nude but the powdered pink is pretty for spring. i lightened the eye shadow up to be a little lighter because you don't want such a heavy brown eye. you want the pink -- >> i don't do my eyes. >> all right. >> some of these you can work your way up.
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any of these colors with more of a gloss. so, you know -- >> perfect. >> every range. all the colors are listed online. >> what about the skirt. >> turn around. >> it's a little sloppy. >> cute. >> victoria's secret catalog. >> love it. >> who's better than bobbie? >> nobody. >> thank you, baby. up next, now that we've got the lips covered, we have some desserts. but fist this is qud "today" on nbc.
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between valentine's day coming up and schools about to release your kids for spring break, we've got a fun edible project everybody can do. almost everybody. >> one of our favorites, author of "cupcakes, cookies, and pie, oh my!" desserts so beautiful you won't want to eat them but so delicious you'd be craze wri not to. >> no dessert is safe. >> expanding. >> same technique, same kind of fun ewing candies and cookies to decorate. we used taffy last time but we came up with this recipe for candy clay. i have a setup for you over here, kathie. >> okay. >> it's basically just -- you can use melted chocolate chips. you can use candy wafers. we mix it with corn syrup. feel this. this is just candy clay. >> oh. >> oh, yeah.
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>> you can tint it, roll it. some inlay here. >> okay. >> and you can just press down on here. >> wait a minute. where is it? >> it's over here. >> oh, okay. >> inlays already. we also made some clothes because i have so much to show you. take a little bit of vanilla frosting. >> decorate it up. >> little candies. >> we're not matching anything. just having a little fun. >> is this supposed to be like glue? >> yes. candy glue. >> all right. then i messed up as usual. >> no. that's adorable. you can see, we've made little cookies. >> how cute! adorable. >> all right. very friendly. >> that is glue. >> oh! okay. >> i wasn't listening, obviously. >> we've got the shoes here. we love our cupcakes. this is basically just a cupcake frosted, dipped -- we look a little notch out. a graham cracker, little
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pirouette. >> so happy. >> cupcakes make me so happy. >> this is crazy. >> two no-bake desserts. this is your frozen pound cake that we've take an little notch out underneath. use that for the graph. >> okay. >> a little fence. and then just frost the outsides. cookies we dip in the frosting. >> so cute. >> like little brown faces. >> i love you. >> how cute. >> these are no bake, too. >> these are no bake. and we like a piece of cake so, we took that same pound cake and just put it on a fork and dipped it in melted frosting. they're delicious. >> let's see about that. >> oh, my gosh. >> like a glazed piece of cake. it's so good. >> we were talking about making footballs for super bowl weekend.
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>> how long did this take you? >> not long. we have two color frostings and a freezer weight bag, assemble it and then just pipe, pipe, pipe. it's a lot faster. >> in your book the directions are actually -- they make it -- it doesn't end up looking exactly the same as yours but -- >> it's creative. >> these are crazy. >> my dad loved jell-o. you have your jell-o with cake. got little cupcakes we took for -- >> the petals. >> we just dipped the back of the spoon in white chocolate. >> of course you did. >> popped it in the refrigerator, take it apart. >> look at this. >> bobbie couldn't resist. >> one bite. get in there. >> this is a coconut cream pie. a little whipped topping, some candies -- >> look at this. >> unbelievable. >> miracle worker. >> unbelievable. >> all right, you guys. >> tomorrow, photo books and furry friends.
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going to be a fun day. >> see you. >> tomorrow, wines day! -- captions by vitac -- >> steve: from studio 6b in rockefeller center, the national broadcasting company presents -- tonight's guests are -- and featuring the legendary roots crew. and here he is -- jimmy fallon! [ cheers and applause ] captions paid for by nbc-universal television -- captions by vitac -- ♪ [ cheers and applause ]


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